Local hummingbirds appreciate knowing they can count on a good meal whenever they need it.
Learn about the Great Blue Heron, America's largest heron and natural fish catching master.
The first Rose-breasted Grosbeak, for people in the East, and Black-headed Grosbeak for those in the West, are a favorite sign of the coming of spring.
Tufted Titmice are as pleasing to our eyes as to our ears, and their acrobatic habits make them fun to watch. Check out more fun facts about these delightful birds.
Watching these popular backyard visitors moving headfirst down vertical tree trunks is such a hoot (or in their case, a wha-wha-wha-wha).
White-crowned Sparrows can be found just about anywhere in America. Here are how these birds are different from the common sparrows.
Many birds are drawn to flower nectar and/or the sugary running sap of trees. Sugar water can also be offered in feeders to birds as a sweet treat.
You don't need to be rich to find a camera that does a great job photographing birds.